Tag Archives: Garden pollination using native bees

Wacky Weather Thank Goodness for Native Pollinators

We have had yet another melting record breaking highs and yet another freezing rain event plus some ice pellets and snow thrown in the mix.  Reports on the local gardener and farmer grape vine is that a number of trees … Continue reading

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Good Bee numbers eqaul a Good Harvest..

I love this photo so much because it just sums it up so well..  While we started out with sad start this spring with some of the mason bee’s coming way to soon.. They hatched out on a snap warm … Continue reading

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Increasing your pollination coverage timing using Native Bees

Excited to be adding in one more native bee to my breeding program this year. We have Mason Bee’s and Leaf cutter Bees and now will also be “hopefully” breeding for this wild and native species Osmia californica.   It … Continue reading

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